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Screenprinting Amy Winehouse
Design and screen print a tote bag inspired by our Amy Winehouse exhibition.
Imagine that your product is to be featured in the Design Museum Shop and think about the colour, composition and iconography surrounding Amy Winehouse.
Discover some of the iconic imagery from the merchandise collections and learn about artists and designers who work in this way. Join a series of playful drawing exercises using Amy's music then watch a screen-printing demonstration and finally print your own product to display to your fellow participants.
Each participant will go home with a unique hand screen printed tote bag.
Georgia is a print and product designer specialising in textiles. Her collections combine hand screen printed textiles and timber products with quilting and embroidery. Her creative process is craft-led with drawing and paper stencil screen prints forming the backbone of her research. Inspired by finding patterns in unexpected places, from British beaches to Mexican churches, she seeks to create a fresh and contemporary yet timeless aesthetic. Visit @georgiabosson
Young person: £75
All equipment, materials and light refreshments will be provided, but you’ll need to bring a packed lunch.
For your safety, we are operating at a reduced capacity for our events. Increased cleaning has also been implemented across the museum. Face masks are mandatory unless exempt.
Suitable for School Years 7 – 9.
Please note that this workshop will be held in person at the Design Museum. However, in the event of strict COVID-19 restrictions, it will be streamed digitally with all materials sent to your home address and notification of the decision will be given one week ahead of the event. The online version of this course will be 'Appliquéing Amy Winehouse'.
Background image by Georgia Bosson, Craft Central.